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While getting your health into shape tops many Americans’ New Year’s resolution list, getting your finances in shape should be another goal you make in the New Year. Why is this so important? A recent study showed that nearly 40 percent of Americans don’t have any retirement savings. That’s a big deal. This year, consider making a Retirement Resolution.
When it comes to saving for retirement, starting early is key. And while putting money away can seem like a huge and daunting task, it doesn’t always require major lifestyle changes. If you implement changes slowly and in small ways, you may not even realize how much you’re saving. Continue reading
The Indexed Annuity Leadership Council (IALC) compiled and answered some of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to planning for retirement. Continue reading
Tax day is coming up in just a few weeks and while tax filing will never be fun, some planning now can make a big impact down the road when it comes to dealing with taxes during retirement.
A year after the initial launch of MyRA, we take a look at what’s happened since the announcement and its progress in its first year. Continue reading
According to a new Teachers Insurance & Annuity Association survey, higher education faculty is better prepared for retirement than the general population – setting a great example. Continue reading
With 2015 right around the corner, many people find December to be the ideal time to review their finances and retirement planning and make adjustments for the coming year. Financial professionals suggest that the end of the year is the right time for steps including: Continue reading
Cutting your taxes every way that’s legally possible is a smart way to keep more of your hard-earned money. Additionally, paying less tax on the growth of your retirement savings allows you to keep every dollar invested, so you can grow a larger nest egg that generates plenty of income when you need it. Continue reading